Hello fellow builders. I was just sitting down to make a pair of corrugated staggered staple fused claptons and I realized something. If I try to use steam engine or vape tool to calculate the resistance of my desired build, it will not be accurate because these programs assume that your ribbon is straight. If I want to make 12" of finished coil, I will need to cut 15-16" pieces of ribbon to run through the crimper. So even though I will be using 4 pieces of .4 ribbon, they have more mass than what these coil calculators think they have. What can I do in these calculators to get closer to the true resistance or the final coil? I was thinking that even though I am using .4 ribbon, I could enter .46 into the calculator, because crimping makes the wire about 15% shorter, but I don't want to go through all of this work making the coil to just have it ohm too low in the end. I apologize if any of that was worded poorly. I would really appreciate any help I can get on this. Thanks all.